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Jack Of Gold - Placer Gold Claim - Wells, BC

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Claim: 1069041 & 1043682
Type: Placer Gold Claim
Location: Wells - Barkerville, British Columbia

The Jack of Gold placer gold claim is situated directly on the historic Jack of Clubs Creek with exceptional access from the Quesnel-Barkerville Highway and a level 2WD accessible road extending five minutes from the main highway right onto the centre of the claim.

The ground on this claim encompasses approximately 60 mineable acres bisected by Jack of Clubs creek.  Two large bends add to the water exposure on the claim providing approximately 600 meters of creek frontage on both sides.  An exceptional feature of this ground is the exposure to Tucker Lake and upper Slough Creek providing a secondary water source.  The terrain is a mix of low bench gravels, highly mineralized seams of cobble running on a higher bench, and a significant low terrace covering roughly 2 acres.

This claim presents significant mining opportunities with the potential for small-scale machine operation with ready access for both equipment and supplies.

Historical records through 1949 indicate 6,916 ounces of gold were mined from Jack of Clubs Creek with purity averaging 87.7% and running as high as 89.3%.

This claim has preliminary test results, is eligible for financing, and there is potential for a joint-venture option, contact us today for details.

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Please note that a valid BC Free Miner Certificate is required from you before any title transfer can occur.  If you would like more information on acquiring a FMC please click here.

In accordance with BC Mineral Tenure Act Section 60.2 - This property is offered for mining purposes only and ownership of the title does not include ownership of the surface rights or the right to use the surface for residential or recreational purposes.